Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-183l-8 - Reallocation of survivors' benefits

Current through March 4, 2022

If subsequent to a determination of the allocation of the family maximum of survivors benefits, one or more of the survivors ceases to receive benefits as the result of death or termination of eligibility, a reallocation shall be made among all survivors then eligible to receive benefits. For example, a member dies survived by a surviving spouse, a dependent former spouse and three children all in the care of the dependent former spouse. Two of the children are twins, age 16 and the third child is age 13. The $600 family maximum of survivors' benefits would be allocated as follows:

(a) $150 to the surviving spouse;
(b) $150 to the dependent former spouse;
(c) $100 to each child.

If two years later, the twins cease to be eligible for benefits as the result of their attaining age 18 (and they are not then disabled), then the surviving spouse and the dependent former spouse would be entitled to $150 each and the youngest child would be entitled to $200.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-183l-8
Effective August 15, 1980

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